The official website said flying with medical marijuana was no problem – before changing its mind after 24 hours. Legally and practically, the picture is confused.
For at least 24 hours, it appeared that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) had officially declared what many had suspected all along: if you have a prescription, you can fly with marijuana.
The TSA website’s “What Can I Bring?” page – listing items allowed and banned from plane travel – amended their “Medical Marijuana” section on Tuesday so that a bright green “Yes” appeared next to “checked” and “carry-on bags”.
By Wednesday afternoon, that same page disappeared for a few hours, then returned with a red “No”.
– Read the entire article at The Guardian.